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New Jersey Auto Accidents during COVID-19

While Governor Phil Murphy’s stay-at-home order is still in effect, there is an inherent day-to-day travel demand for some native residents throughout the State. Inevitably, this need for travel may lead to a risk of road traffic crashes and/or injuries.

Last week., the South Brunswick Police Department reported a serious motor vehicle accident near Northhumerland Way and Route 1 in South Brunswick resulting in the closure of the immediate traffic area. The crash involved an “overturned dump truck and a vehicle entrapment.” MyCentralJersey. The scene has since cleared and the roadways are currently open.

Our firm extends our thoughts to any injured parties and wish for their full recovery.

With such a serious car accident, an injured party may feel like he or she is on an emotional roller-coaster. For over ninety years, the attorneys of Pellettieri Rabstein and Altman have fought vigorously to assist individuals through such emotional turmoil and ensure zealous legal representation for anyone who has experienced such a vehicle collision. Our attention to our client’s needs, unrivaled preparation and diligence to serve has enabled us to successfully resolve our client’s cases.

If you or a loved one has experienced and/or suffered injuries as a result of a motor vehicle collision, the attorneys of the Personal Injury Department at Pellettieri Rabstein and Altman will ensure we protect your legal rights. Please contact us at (609) 520-0900.

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